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If you’re committed to a pursuing career in journalism, a top-notch degree can be key, especially considering a 2014 study named newspaper reporter as the  814 more words


DC Alums - Join Dean David Van Slyke for a Maxwell Reception on November 4

You’re Invited to a Maxwell School Reception

Please join the new leadership team at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University for an alumni reception at the APPAM Conference.  270 more words


14 Signs You're a Communications Major

1.  You know COM 107/117 are not just courses, but are important milestones all initiates (first years) must endure to become “one of us”.

2. Your “campus celebrities” aren’t the school athletes, but are people like Professor Giglio who has done screenwriting and production work on major films like “Noah” and Walt Disney’s “Tarzan”. 223 more words

Communications Major


Blogging is something I have never tried before until my WRT 105 class. I spent some time choosing the format because I do not include a picture in every post, so I want my blog to be able to look presentable with or without picture. 116 more words

Syracuse University

Blog Evaluation

  1. Before this class, I have never had done any type of blogging before and I definitely have some prejudgment on the subject. I believed that people who had blogs talked about stuff that is not important and couldn’t do something in their life without having to blog it.

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The History Of Syracuse, NY

Syracuse, NY is a city located in Central New York. It is a part of Onondaga County and named after Syracuse on the Italian island of Sicily. 517 more words

Hawley Green

Blog Post #6 Public vs. Private Social Media

To start, the article I have chosen is called “Facebook and it’s privacy: Why it matters” by Micheal Poh. (http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/facebook-privacy-matters/)

The article begins by talking about how in this day and age if you use some form of technology like Facebook, it is very easy for anyone to gather information about you. 224 more words